Vaccinations of children and youth

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Frequency of publication: annual

Definitions: Data concerning vaccinations indicate the percentage of children and youth who have been vaccinated against selected infectious disease in accordance with the mandatory vaccination schedule.

In 2018, 98.1% of all 2-year-olds, 98.3% of 3-year-olds, 97.8% of 7-year-olds, 93.3% of 11-year-olds, 93.8% of 15-yearolds, 91.3% of 20-year-olds and 93.3% of girls aged 14 (rubella) possessed immunization cards in health care facilities.

Until 2017, girls aged 10 years and more vaccinated against rubella; from 2018 girls who received two doses of vaccine.

Disaggregation: Age/type of vaccination; time series 2010-2018

Source: National Institute of Public Health - National Institute of Hygiene